## Daboll's Schoolmaster's Assistant: Improved and Enlarged, Being a Plain Practical System of Arithmetic, Adapted to the United States |

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... E. Dollar is the money unit ; all other denominations be ing valued according to

their place from the dollar's place . A point or comma ,

be hlaced after the dollare to separate them from the inferior denominations : ther

...

... E. Dollar is the money unit ; all other denominations be ing valued according to

their place from the dollar's place . A point or comma ,

**called**a separatrix , maybe hlaced after the dollare to separate them from the inferior denominations : ther

...

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When accounts are kept in dollars and cents , and no other denominations are

mentioned , which is the usual mode in common reckoning , then the two first

figures at the right of the separatrix or point , may be

of ...

When accounts are kept in dollars and cents , and no other denominations are

mentioned , which is the usual mode in common reckoning , then the two first

figures at the right of the separatrix or point , may be

**called**so many cents insteadof ...

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... multiplied is

multiplier . The number found from the operation , is

Both multiplier and multiplicand are in general

MULTIPLICATION .

... multiplied is

**called**the multiplicand . The number you multiply by , is**called**themultiplier . The number found from the operation , is

**called**the product . Note .Both multiplier and multiplicand are in general

**called**28 SINPLKMULTIPLICATION .

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Both multiplier and multiplicand are in general

When the multiplier is not more than twelve . RULE . Multiply each figure in the

multiplicand by the multiplier ; carry one for every ten , ( as in addition of whole ...

Both multiplier and multiplicand are in general

**called**factors , or terms . CASE I.When the multiplier is not more than twelve . RULE . Multiply each figure in the

multiplicand by the multiplier ; carry one for every ten , ( as in addition of whole ...

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The figure above the line , is

denominator , Thus , Denuminator . The denominator ( which is the divisor in

division ) shews how many parts the integer is divided into ; and the numerator (

which is the ...

The figure above the line , is

**called**the numerator , ado hat below it , thedenominator , Thus , Denuminator . The denominator ( which is the divisor in

division ) shews how many parts the integer is divided into ; and the numerator (

which is the ...

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